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January 14 2020, Wall Street Journal

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Clue
Indian city to visit for a nosh?
Auto factory machine
Take a load off
“Let’s settle this!”
Start of a counting-out rhyme
Polynesian Disney princess
*Caterpillar, after metamorphosis
Friendly alliances
Snaky swimmers
Senator’s affirmative
Money for the poor
Pool workout unit
*Musicians’ improvisational get-together
Font flourish
“What a pity!”
Attempt
Divided Asian peninsula
___ generis
Missouri tribe
Words with pinch or pickle
Deceitful folks
Dropped pudding sound
*Noted Minnesota hospital
Harry and Hermione’s pal
Common Christmas present
Praiseful poem
Sheltered at sea
“As God is my witness!”
*Tentacled sea creature
“Haste makes waste,” e.g.
Anatomist’s talus
Car that’s a clunker
Hwys.
Ship of 1492
Brainy
Coin with grooved edges
School attended by British royals
Future atty.’s exam
*Sweetie
Silly
Spa guest’s wrap
Burden
Transaction with a bookie
Make a choice
Pirouette point
Spot for valuables
“___ have to wait”
Common Christmas presents
Long lock
___ Mahal
Birthplace of St. Francis
Grazing expanse
Old PC platform
“Bleeding Love” singer Lewis
Ordered formation
Set upon
Grieve
Author Calvino
Hymn accompanier
No, to Nikita
Milk choice
Edie of “The Sopranos”
Cop’s order before frisking, and what to do with the starts of the starred answers
Out of work, perhaps
Longtime “Entertainment Tonight” co-anchor Nancy
Heifer, later
Goals of negotiations
Not latched
Banks and libraries do it
Fraternal order since 1868
Ain’t correct?
Citi Field forerunner
Hindu hero
Dr. Frankenstein’s assistant
Carnival sight
“Uh-huh”
CBS crime drama since 2018
Charged particle

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